They discuss Amy first, and the overall consensus seems to be that the idea was good, but the execution was sloppy. They discuss April next -- Monica loved it, and Kim compliments her job with color -- dark all over except lighter at the tips. Apparently that is what's hot right now, though personally that's what happens to my hair naturally when my ends split and I need a trim, so it's not a dye job I'm rushing out to get. Kim also is impressed by how Janine nailed the color of the extensions to work with her model's hair, and Jonathan thinks she went exactly as big as she could go without things turning scary. No one likes Joey's red necklace disaster, but they all love Brig's design. Blech. Monica does stick to it drawing the eye away from the suit, however, so she probably won't win this one. Lastly they discuss Adee, and while Monica kind of liked it, Jonathan describes how stupidly easy it would be for anyone to do that "style."
April, Janine and Brig are called out as the top three; Brig is STILL in her roller skates, and if I'm ever going to do anything but root against her with all my might, she needs to tone it down and stop trying so hard to be noticed. Happily, the winner is Janine, and it's well deserved. Amy, Joey and Adee are then called out as the bottom three, and Camila runs through each of their problems once again before announcing that Amy and Adee are safe, and cute little Joey is going home. He gives the usual final "it was a great opportunity" and then heads out with little fanfare, given that no one really knows each other that well yet. Camila reminds the rest of them how fast they can go from best to worst and finishes with, "Hair is important," before dismissing them. Joey then gives a last interview in which he laments that he didn't have a chance to really show everything he can do. Ah, such is the fate of the first person kicked off of a reality show.
Jonathan Antin gives tips on what not to do with your hair.